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    She who must be obeyed would be delighted to hear from those of you who have been enjoying these boats for years. Where to you put a rubbish bin or bag in the galley area. Or is it that once we rise to Motoryacht status, we always eat out, or have caterers come in?

    Thanks.

    Colin
    A lifetime of racing everything from dinghies to world girdlers, but one of those lucky people who just love being afloat. So .... when the body doesn't work like before, it doesn't mean staying ashore.
    Blustery Day
    Bayliner 3288 Motoryacht, 1991.
    Twin Hino 150hp diesels.
    Purchased 23 February 2017

    #2
    Except when operating from it I set the trash can in front of the lower helm.
    John Rupp
    1989 2455 Ciera Sunbridge
    5.8 OMC Cobra

    1989 3288
    Starshine

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      #3
      Our trash can is standing in the shower area. When we need the shower we move it.

      1989 3288
      "Defiant"
      5.7 L gas powered

      2003 Yamaha FX Cruiser

      MMSI 316 034 392

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        #4
        "joe440" post=799116 wrote:
        Our trash can is standing in the shower area. When we need the shower we move it.
        +1
        "Martini's Law"
        1986 Bayliner 3270, 110 Hino's
        Nova Scotia, Canada

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          #5
          We used to keep a 5 gal paint pail with a plastic garbage bag in front to the V berth. It worked well for two people. If you're using the front berth, it might not work so well.
          Midnight Star
          1996 3587
          Twin diesels, Hino 250's
          Ladysmith, BC
          History: 1996 - 2655, 2001 - 2855, 1984 - 3270

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            #6
            One small wood trim 3 Gal under the helm (close to the galley)



            And a 13 Gal manual compactor one in the cockpit



            Both with non-skid liner underneath so they stay in place
            NILE
            1989 3288MY 305's US Marine
            Fort Lauderdale Florida

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              #7
              We had our garbage bin in the area below the square hatch, just outboard of the galley stove. We used one of those black rectangular office-style plastic trash bins and I had to bend, twist and deform to get it in there. Once in there, its fairly easy to put a garbage bag in it, and then store the spare roll and other cleaners next to and around the bin.

              There's lots of uses for that area, but with the square hatch/lid, it helped with odors etc and made it easy to slide scraps off a cutting board right into the bin
              Pat
              Paragon
              1999 4788

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                #8
                "cosmo777" post=799179 wrote:
                We had our garbage bin in the area below the square hatch, just outboard of the galley stove. We used one of those black rectangular office-style plastic trash bins and I had to bend, twist and deform to get it in there. Once in there, its fairly easy to put a garbage bag in it, and then store the spare roll and other cleaners next to and around the bin.

                There's lots of uses for that area, but with the square hatch/lid, it helped with odors etc and made it easy to slide scraps off a cutting board right into the bin
                We did something similar: I squeezed down the galley hatch two Rubbermaid kitchen pails and use one for recycling. It still leaves some space some cleaners.

                The pails stay down there and I use regular kitchen plastic bags.

                Also have a small rattan pail parked in the corner under the lower helm. Looks good and you don't have to go down the stairs all the time.

                Finally, a small plastic container under the upper helm and an other one in the cabinet under the cockpit sink.

                Oh, I forgot the one in the bathroom...

                The boat stays tidy and I empty everything once back at the dock.

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                CapMartin, Montr├®al
                "Belle de Dalhousie"
                1986 3270
                Volvo BB225B

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                  #9
                  We just hang a plastic grocery bag on the head door handle
                  ________________
                  1989 Bayliner 3270
                  135hp (stock) -> 150hp (Injector pump mod) -> 170 hp (aftercoolers) Hino's
                  MMSI 316 021 107
                  Past Commander, Seymour Power and Sail Squadron
                  Current instructor North Shore Power and Sail Squadron
                  Rear Commodore BYC

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                    #10
                    winner--winner--chicken dinner.

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                      #11
                      We keep our garbage bag in there also. We use a collapsible laundry hamper with a garbage bag in it. Just curious, what other things do people use that area for?

                      Sorry about the highlights. My mouse went crazy and did something.
                      Glen Sherwood
                      1987 3270 twin 305’s
                      Coupeville, WA

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                        #12
                        "joe440" post=799116 wrote:
                        Our trash can is standing in the shower area. When we need the shower we move it.
                        We do the same ^^ It also helps keep any odour contained here.
                        1991 Bayliner 3288
                        150HP Hino Diesel turbo
                        Victoria, BC

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                          #13
                          We have a bin in the shower just a short reach from the galley. Pretty convenient and out of sight when entertaining.
                          "Scandia Lady"
                          1990 Bayliner 3288. Twin 135 Hinos.
                          Westshore Marina
                          Gig Harbor, WA

                          *1975 Glasply
                          135 Evinrude E-Tec mounted on an Armstrong Engine mount.
                          Greater Puget Sound
                          *1992 Ski Nautique
                          351 Ford
                          Lake Tapps, WA

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                            #14
                            In the V-birth

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                              #15
                              We keep a bin in the shower area ,with a recycle bin beside it .
                              3288 ,1989
                              305, US Marine
                              GeorgianBay
                              Ontario,

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